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PRINCESS ANNE HIGH SCHOOL
4400 Virginia Beach Boulevard
Virginia Beach, Virginia
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Table of Contents
Opening Section 1-15
Communications .^ 16-41
Signing Pages 42-43
Et Cetera 210-219
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ANTICIPATION. Copyright ©1971 by Quackenbush Music, Ltd. Used by Permission of Quackenbush Music. Ltd.
Walk into our school. Look around at
the different people here. It Is 2,000 of
these people that help to make
Princess Anne the school it is, and it
Is Princess Anne that helps to turn the
dreams and aspirations of these 2,000
people Into reality.
Search the faces of the people you
see. Every one. What is it that they're
thinking . . .
S.C.A. is government at work
Jim Cannon. President: Karen Basgier, Vice-President, Kathie Cobbs, Secretary; Joe Johnson. Treasurer, Karen Ackerman, David Alger,
Terry Byron. Jeannie Eller. Linda Farino, Brenda Michael, Jane Taft, Joe Venable. S.C.A. Representatives: Cindy Aragones, Annette Bach,
Susan Barrett, Laura Brennan, Robert Brown. Ellen Bryson, Cathy Crabtree, Janet Crovatt, Marcia Dale. Phil Delignone, Nancy Dill, Barry
Dorsk. Michael Doughtery, Aaron Duff. Cindy Elliot. Mark Ennls. Debbie Fentress, Susan Gentry. Donald Groom, Karen Gross. Kelly Harsh.
Cindy Hatcher. Susan Hodges. Glenda Hoff. Mike Hogue. Kim Holmstrom. Martha Howell, Sharon Lombard, Cy Mclntire, Mike McDaniel, Lev
McElvey. Cy MacKanzie. Linda Middleton, Kim Morrison, Margie Morrison. Susie Noona, Steve Noles. Vickie Petrie, Can Piter, Karen Pos-
sage, Joni Poulos, Madonna Rich, Laura Ruff, Sylvia Salmon, Terry Sawyer, Kathi Scott, Robert Schuendomon, Helen Souser, Lani Soulsby.
Sherry Stetham, Jen Stephesn, Jane Taft, Terry Trinca, Brenda Totten, Donna Vandenburg, Joyce Violette, Denise Ward, Shirley Wilkins, John
Wilson. Shirley Wilson. Francis Zuidence
The ICC is made up of vice-presidents of clubs and classes. It s mam ob)ectives are Homecoming and Candy Cane Homecoming was held
November 1, 1974. Many city leaders came to watch P.A. womp Lake Taylor. Candy Cane was held in December, and was enpyed by all.
German club started at P. A.
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Diane Babilon, Amy Bennett,
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Aubrey Graham, Cindy Hatch-
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strom, Kathy Kaiser, Debbie
Logan, Cindy Mann, Nancy
Neal, Sue Pillow, Michele
ReDavid, Karen Six, Donna
Slaughter, Terri Smith, Tricia
Smith, Doug Stroud, Shirley
Wilkins, Dolly Young, Marty
Key Club grows
At Princess Anne
Keyettes are Big Sisters
Pres. — Joan Davis: V. Pres. — Linda Fanno
Treas. — Mary DiNardo; Sec. — Erin Kelley
Donna Ahles, Jayne An-
arine, Cathy Brittingham.
Connie Bush. Nancy
Butler, Linda Chapman,
Jan Chevalier, Janet
Crovatt, Cathy Cobbs,
Civil Culligar, Joan
Davis, Laura Darwin,
Mary DiNardo, Leslie
Doline, Candy Ewell,
Dinda Fanno, Cindy
Fisher, Kim Furbee, Me-
linda Gaskins, Debbie
Handel, Becky Holden,
Sharon Kelberg, Mary
Jones, Erin Kelley, Mary
McKee, Brenda Mi-
chaels. Karen Possage,
Brenda Legg, Valerie
Spells, Sherry Steitheim,
Cmdy Turner, Vicki
The Keyettes are a national service club. They
aid in the STOP program at St. Adian's Church.
The Keyettes paint the ICC bulletin board every
year and sell corsages both for Homecoming
and the Candy Cane Ball. The Keyettes support
athletic events by making banners and spirit
tags for the games.
Knights of the square table
promote chess at PA
President — David Alger; V.Pres. Jeff Watson
Secretary — Anne Street; Hist. Joe Venable; Treas. Kevin Crest
This is the Chess
Club's first year as a
club. The mem-
bership is open to
all with an interest
in chess. The club
also amended their
Constitution so that
anyone wishing to
play as a member
may do so, after the
You can play chess anywhere
Cheerleaders add spirit to P. A.
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Varsity Squad: Cindy Parsons. Nancy Butler, Kim Furbee.
Mary Barrett, Debbie Logan, Kim Cervell, Cathy Kennedy,
Joann Filo, Shirley Wilkins. Us Kim and Cathy again!
The Naval Science Program has finished another year at Princess Anne High School, this is the programs
N.J.R.T.C. deals with developing leadership potential in the people enrolled in the course. Experience varies
from the basic class instruction to field work dealing with the subject being studied. Each year the Cadets find
themselves on various trips bringing them into contact with the everyday sailor. Undoubtedly this course is one
of the most extensive at Princess Anne. This year the Cadets have again enlarged their number in the Corps.
With each new student enrolled in the program, is a new experience, not just for the Cadet, but for the Corps as
well. The system is set up so each person knows his relationship to the Corps, and responsibility to his nation.
During his tenure in the Corps, each Cadet is able to participate in many extra curricular activities offered by
the Corps. Riffle Team, Drill Team or Color-Guard are the teams available. Basketball, Baseball and Football
are the intramural sports played by the Cadets, against other high schools.
The Corps of Cadets is a training program not a military program. The uniforms and regulations that each Cadet
follows is to acquaint him with the Navy, and the military in general.
Georgia Robinson, President: Julie Simmons,
Vice-President; Lori Lebrecht, Secretary;
Eileen Meehan, Treasurer; Anne Clark. Histori-
an. Carol Buchan. Kathy Gilpatrick, Nancy
Horan. Mary Jones, Frances Pomnitz. Angle
Postove, Renee Rinaldi. Evie Roberge, Georgia
Robinson, Maureen Scott, Colleen Woodward
Future Nurses visit area hospitals
FN A checks P.A.'s life signs
Alpha-Y visits County Jail !
Debbie Greenberg, President; Jackie Barnish, Vice-President; Monica McPartland, Treasurer; Tari
Simpson, Secretary; Renne Lober, Reporter Historian; Carroll Duike, Chaplain. Becky Borcik, Terry
Ewers, Terry Huerta, Marcella Racine. Susan Whisman
Alpha-Y sponsors child overseas
Pep Club helps out at assembly.
Lundi Cohen, President; Jerl Stephens, Vice-President; Patty Van Petten, Treasurer; Terri Smith, Secretary. Joy Abramson, Mary Barrett,
Sandy Bergman, Karen Bonney, Debbie Logan, Marcella Racine, Ann Throckmorton
Rest In Pieces
David Alger, Robert
Bostic, Donald Fran-
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D.E. Ill Members
The DECA has sponsored many
events this year. A few of those are
the Skating party, Christmas party,
and the Senior farewell dinner. They
have participated in many Confer-
ences susch as District Leadership,
State Leadership, and Career Devel-
opment. They also had and Apprecia-
tion Banquet for Employee and em-
ployer. In the Spring there will be a
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Spectators come out to watch P. A. band not play.
P. A. Majorettes show a variety of skills
Rifle team stresses unity of heightti.
Chris Ackiss, Brenda Bancroft, Carol Bussey, Doris Cagle, Cindy Chambers, Gina Cook, Debbie Crank, Marialice Delaney, Leslie Doline, Kelly
Ann Dooley, Vickie Edwards, Candy Ewell, Suzanne Farmer, Linda Flora, Rena Gary, Mary Harcum, Susan Hartley, J.J. Hembree, Nancy
Horan, Kathie Kelly, Susan Kennedy, Irene Kolantis, Patty Lamberty, Laura Link, Kathy fVlcAdams, Rose McClanan, Cy IVIclntire, Cindy Mann,
Patty Martin, Betty Moss, Ruth Moss, Donna Naugle, Vicki Nervig, Debby Nevitt, Diane Nevitt, Mata Payton, Carrie Pitman, Sharon Plisco,
Cheryl Reagan, Robin Richison, Renee Rinaldi, Sylvia Salmon, Kathy Salo, Jean Souza, Debbie Stepp, Lori Street, Tina Thomas, Rory Trapp,
Margaret Utiey, Debbie Wilson, Violet Womack
"We've got to stop meeting like
this . . ."
Susan Walker uses fire to illuminate her banner.
At rest or at play
p. A. Band looks great!
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NHS Taps 21 New Members
The first dance of
the year was spon-
sored by the NHS.
making 51,000 to be
used for scholar-
ships for NHS. They
also do monthly ser-
vice projects for the
larly the SPCA. By
this and other proj-
ects the members
earn points toward
President — Brenda Michael
Vice-President — Vicki Lucenfe
Secretary — Mary Barrett
Treasurer — Harold Lewis
On Oct. 16 the tapping m ceremony took place
in the auditorium. Afterwards a reception was
held for all new and old members and their
parents. Scholarships will be given on awards
day in Spring NHS students tutor and help
teachers during the year. They also pick teacher
superlatives m the Spring.
JNHS Honors Underclassmen
President — Jim Cannon
Vice-President — Cindy Turner
Secretary — Joyceanne Beamon
Treasurer — Beth Blocker
Mansfield, Billie Jo
Espanol Is Active At PA
President — Gaye Glaze
Vice-Pres. — Chris Christensen
Secretary — Kim Humphreys
Treasurer — Harold Lewis
Reporter-Hist. — Veronica Carrolle
George Atham. Carolyn Ayres, Roberta Baker, Susan
Bistrop, Connie Bush, Tenny Campbell, Darlene Car-
penter, Tammy Carroll, Chris Christensen, Civil
Culligan, Bill Daknis. Kalvin Ethrrige, Milinda Fields,
Cindy Fisher. Karen Flaut. Vicki Fraiix, Katie Galvin,
Kathy Gaus, Gaye Glaze, Jeff Harley, Brian Hall, Kim
Humphreys, Laura Irwin, Jeff Kellery, Jimmy Laydon.
Jeff Leonard. Harold Lewis, Jeffery Nickerson, David
Prescott, Richard Roberts, Tim Roenker, Maureen
Scott, John Shelton, Robin Shinholser. Debbie Stepp,
Mike Todd. Karen Waldo, Colleen Woodward.
The Spanish Club has been busy this year with a
Pumpkin Sale in October, Caroling m December, A
Candy Sale in January, a bowling party and SPCA
workday in April, and finally the Inauguration of new
officers Party in May.
President — Civil Culligan
Vice-Pres. — Bernard Skibinski
Secretary — Mary Ann Meehan
Treasurer — Anne Lawrence
Historian — Harold Lewis
Mary Lynn Bozza, Debbie Caminiti, Robert Chestnut, Chris
Christensen Civil Culligan, Mary Dmardo, Leslie Doline,
James Ganyer, Karen Gross, Jeff Harley, Harold Lewis,
Maureen Maloney, Marry Ann Meehan. Brenda OBrien, Bien-
niedo Pancho, Leslie Porter, Renee Rinaldi, Bill Dakmis, Cindy
Williams, Anne Lawrence, Bernie Skibinski.
The events scheduled for the Spanish National Honor Society
this year were a Candy Sale in November, school service
projects, and the initiation of new members and reception in
Tri-M Keeps Their Minds On Music
The Merry Madrigals!
Mr, Graves, Sponsor; Brenda Ewers; Craig
Byrnes; Vicki Lucente; Barry Gomez;
Sandra Gentry; Bill Pendergrass; Joan
Davis; Harold Lewis; Lisa Southhall; Darrell
Lewis; Patty Gentry; Dean Doody; Janet
Hastings; Bill Taylor; Debbie Morrison;
Gary Williams; Jeanie Eller
Club Activities Go Beyond PA
GAA Sponsors Powderpuff Game
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Girls Chorus Keeps On Singing
A Capella Choir
Makes Beautiful Music
Art Club Follows Their Own Designs
Young Life Rides The Waves
Nature Attracts Science Club
Varsity Club Runs Concession Stand
Thespians attend state Conference.
Thespians participate m SCA assembly.
Jr. Civitan Adopt a family
Karen Ackerman, Joyceanne Beaman.Tab Blazek, David Brown, Peggy Bruyneel, Craig Byrnes, Anna Crandall,
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Kim Cervell Reigns at Homecoming
Sophomore MICHELLE ZABORNIAK was escorted
by Chris Wilkinson.
Miss Kim Cervell was crowned Homecoming
Queen 1974. She was escorted by Mike Fariss.
There were seven girls on the Senior court, two
girls on the Junior court, and two girls
represented the Sophomore court.
DEBBIE RAGLAND of the sophomore court was es-
corted by Zac Whisman.
The Homecoming game was enhanced
by the band and drill team's perform-
ance during halftime. A parade of
floats added to the festivities. To top
off the night's events, Princess Anne
won the football game over the Lake
Taylor Titans with a score of 14-12.
Senior Float Takes Top Prizes
NJROTC and Band Make Good Showing
Senior Girls Win Powder Puff
Purell's Pretty Playmates defeated the Junior team with a score of 12-0. The Juniors were coached by Mr.
Beskins, Mr. Hyatt, and Mr. McCrory. Junior Terry Fremd was voted Best Defensive player, while Eva
Shinholser, of the Senior team, claimed the title of the Best Offensive player. Also a Senior, Cindy Clemmons
was voted Most Valuable player.
Judy Sheetz and Donna Spells pay a visit to SANTA
Teacher's Baby Pictures
Displayed in Foyer
The play 'If a Man Answers" was an entirely student
directed and produced play. Jim Cannon did an out-
standing job as director. Toni Spagnuolo played the
female lead part as Chantal Stacey, while Aaron
Oliver took the male lead as Gene Wright. Other im-
portant characters in the cast were Alan Walworth,
Leigh Going, Annette Bach, and Joe Johnson. Barbara
Keller was stage manager.
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''This strange generation . . .
sleeping and waking.
It holds in its hands
The soil of the past
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Ana the seeds
of the future." - Kahlil Gibran
"L//^ is not
Life is desire
and determination/' -Gibran
''Perplexity is the beginning
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Honor Graduates 1974-75
Bruce Brace Michael Burleson Craig Byrnes
Civil Culligan Joan Davis Mary Dmardo
Annette Bach Robert Blanks Joyce Barrett Mary Barrett
Daniel Garns Melinda GasKins Shelia Glaze Ch.idcs Gnsson
Paul Campbell James Cannon Cindy Clemmons Gail Chiton Robert
Russell Doody Michael Ehrlich Richard Etter Brenda Ewers Melissa Gallop
David Hatch Kim Jaszewski Joseph Johnson
Julia Johnson Janet Jones
Kathleen Kennedy Susan Lalonde Anne Lawrence Brenda Legg Darrell Lewis
Harold Lewis Debra Logan Victoria Lucente Thomas MarchanI John Marusa James McBee Michael McDamels Mary Meehan
Karen Millikan Wanda Morgan Timothy Mulcare Lola Murrell
Vicki Nervig Deborah Nevilt Susan Norton
Charles Plisco Susan J Prentice David Ramsey Allan Rodrick Kathleen Ruesch Terry Schactner Eva Shinholser Edward Siska
Shirley Stanley Carol Stegeman Demse Stelzned Barbara Straight Edith Street
Joseph Venable Craig Vosler Bernard Wemstein Karen White Bethany Whiteford Lynn Wolf
Sr. Class Officers: Craig Byrnes, Pres.; Dean Doody, Vice-Pres.; Barbara
Keller, Treas.; Kathy Kennedy, Sec; Joe Venable, Rep. Hist.: Mrs. Huling,
Sponsor; Mrs. Sefert, Sponsor.
The Senior Class started the school year early by
painting their class symbol, a rainbow, on the gym
This was followed by candy sales which were a big
success. As a result of this and other money making
projects done through the four years, the Seniors held
a dedication ceremony in which they gave a marquee
to the school. Also given to the school by the Senior
class were scholarships. To enable them to give these
gifts, they sponsored a Sadie Hawkins Dance in Feb-
Between selling candy and holding dances, the Se-
niors studied for SAT tests, applied for colleges, and
wrote research papers.
After all this work, the Seniors were rewarded with
Senior Day which was held on the 75th day of school.
The most important event, the prom was held at the
Commodore Perry on May 23 and the Seniors danced
to the music of Smee II.
The Class of 75 has worked together well and will
be long remembered at Princess Anne.
Hard Work Repaid With Diploma
Class of '75
Karen A. Ackerman
Dee Dee I. Agostlnoni
Karen Ackerman Class President 11; SCA Representative 12; Steering Committee 8.
9, 10, 11, 12; Intra-School Exchange 12; ICC Representative 11; Junior Civitan 12;
Scepter 10, 12, Treas.11; Drama Club 12; Pow/der Puff Team 11, 12; Homecoming
Court 12; IVIay Court 10; LOOK HOI^EWARD ANGEL 11; Girls Varsity Basketball 11,
12; Executive Board 11; Big Brother Committee Chairman 12.
Dee Dee Agostinoni DE Club 10, 11, 12.
Donna Ahles Class Sec. 8; SCA Representative 8, 9. 10. 11. 12; A Capella ChorusS,
10, 11; Trinity 12; GAA 8, 9, 10, 11. 12; Povvder Puff Team 11; JV Hockey 9. 10; Var-
sity Field Hockey 11, 12
David Alger SCA Officer 11, 12 Chmn. Grounds and Building; SCA Representative
11; Steering Committee 11. 12; Peerage Staff 12; Science Club 11. 12: NJROTC 10.
Ens. 11, 12; TRADE 11, Junior Achievement V. Pres. 11. Pres. 12.
Richard Allard JV Football 10. JV Golf 11; Varsity Golf 12.
Donna M. Ahles
Jeffrey S. Agar
David C. Alger
Richard L. Allard
Donna L. Agullar
Charlotte J. Allen
Kevin B. Allen
Kim Allen Class President 8: Steering Committee 8.9 10 11.12: Intra-School
Exchange 10: Girls Chorus 8.9.10: FNHS 11
Matthew Ambrose DE Club Parlimen 11, President 12: Varsity football 10 11.12.
Jeannette Ament A Capella Chorus 9.10.11: Girls Chorus 8.
Steve Arnold Page Staff 11.12; Drama Club 12; Senior class communications.
Ruth Ascercion SCA Representative 11, Steering Committee 10; National Honor So-
ciety 11.12; Jr. National Society 9,10; ICC Representative 11; Scepter 11. Treas. 12;
Ruth C. Ascercion
Painting The Class Symbol
Was Sometimes Confusing
Painting the root was long, but enjoyable.
Diane Babilon Steering Committee 8.9; Peerage Staff 11, Bus IVIng. 12; National
Honor Society 12; Jr. National Honor Society 10; Girls' Ctiorus 8; Pep Club 10; ICC
Representative 12; Trinity 10,11. Pres. 12; Powder Puff Team 11,
Annette Bacfi Class Sec 11; SCA Representative 12; Steering Committee 9.10,11.12;
Jr National Honor Society 10. FNHS 10; Drama Club Sec, 12; Best Supporting
Actress 11; BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE, LOOK HOtVlEWARD ANGEL,
Rick Banta SCA Representative 8,9,10,11,12; ICC Representative 12; Key Club 12.
Varsity Club 11. Sgt Arms 12; Trinity Mascot 12; Powder Puff Cfieering 11,12; JJV
football 8.9; JV Basketball 9.10; Tennis 10.11.12; Varsity Basketball 11,12.
Tom Barker JV Wrestling 8, Varsity Wrestling 11,
Roberta Barnum Page Staff 11; A Capella Chorus 9. fvlarcfilng Band 11.12; B Band
10; All Regional Band 11; BELLE OF THE WEST 10; Transfer Student 9; German
Susan Barrett SCA Representative 8.12, Steering Committee 8,9,10,11,12; Science
Club 12; Spanish Club 9.10; Scepter 11.12. GAA 10; Powder Puff Team 11.12; Who s
Who; Young Life 10,11.12.
Class rivalry Is evident in the halls.
Mary Barrett Steering Committee 10. 11. 12: Intra-School Exchange 12: National
Honor Society 10. 11. Sec. 12: Jr. National Honor Society 10; A Capella Criorus 11.
12: Girls' Chorus 10; Varsity Cheerleading 11. 12; JV Cheerleadmg 10: Pep Club 11.
12: Scepter 10. 11. Sec. 12: GAA 11. 12: Powder Puff Team 11. 12; Tennis Team
Viki Belkov DE Club 11, 12.
Becky Bethard A Capella Chorus 11.
Suzan Bistrup Homeroom Officer 8; Marching Band 10, 11. 12: A Band 10. 11; B
Band 8. 9. 12; Spanish Club 11; Powder Puff Team 11, 12; ROTC Drill Team. Rifle
Team 10. 11. 12: Drill Team Cdr.; Operations Officer; Asst. Rifle Team Coach.
Senior Debby Nevitt executes one of many duties as Captain of Drill Team.
Robert D. Bostic
Cheryl R. Batdorf
Viki L. Belkov
James E. Belvin III Becky M. Bethard
Raymond N Bjorkman
Seniors Show School Routine
John Bledsoe Indoor Track 10,11; Outdoor Track 10; Cross Country 11; ROTC Drill
Team, Rifle Team, CDR.; Color Guard.
Karen Bonney Steering Committee 11,12; Pep Club 10.11,12; Coronet 11,12; DE Club
10; FBLA 11,12; GAA 10,11,12; Powder Puff Team 11,12; Girls' Basketball 12.
Karen L. Bonney
Maureen M. Bowing
Bruce R. Brace
Robin L. Brisbane
Jim A. Broughton
Chuck R. Brown
Robert O. Brown
Robert Brown SCA Representative 12; Band Council 10.12: B Band 8,9: Marching
Band 10,11,12; All Regional Band 10.11,12; Tri-M 10,11, Treas 12.
Sherri Bruce 8 Band 8.9; Powder Puff Team 12
Peggy Bruyneel Steering Committee 8.12: A Capella Chorus 12: Girls Chorus 8: Jr.
Civitan 12: FHA 8.
Tracy Bryan SCA Representative 10.11: Homeroom Officer 10,12: Steering Com-
Carol Buchan SCA Representative 11: Homeroom Officer 11: Future Nurses Club 11,
Sherri M. Bruce
Margaret L. Bruyneel
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John R. Bryant
Carol J. Buchan
Aaron Oliver counts down the hours and minutes to graduation
National Honor Society
Taps Many Deserving
Betsey Burke SCA Representative 8,9: Steering Committee 9,10,11,12: Drill Team 11,
GAA 9,10,11,12: Powder Puff Team 12,
Carol Bussey Drill Team 10,11,12: Powder Puff Team 11,12,
Gaines Burnett SCA Representative 11.
Craig Byrnes Steering Committee 10,11, Pres. 12: Peerage Staff 11,12, Jr National
Honor Society 10: A Capella Cfiorus 11,12: Jr Civitan 12; Drama Club 11,12: FBLA
Chap. 10; BELLE OF THE WEST 10; Madrigal 10,11,12: Tri-tVI 10, Treas. 11,12;
Regional Cfiorus 10,11,12; State Alt 11,12.
James Cannon SCA President 12, SCA Representative 9, ICC Representative 12; Na-
tional Honor Society 11,12; Debate Team 11; FNHS 10,11, Pres. 12; Key Club 12;
Drama Club 10,11,12; BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE 11, MYSTERY OF MOULELY MANOR
10: JV Football 9; Track 10,11; Governor's Scfiool for tfie Gifted; UVa. Science Sym-
posium, National Merit Semi — finalist. Cross Country 11.
Michael C. Burgett
Michael L. Burleson
Craig A. Byrnes
James R. Cannon
Beverly J, Carey
Thomas Carlin Tennis Team 11.12.
David Cassidy A Capella Chorus 10: Marching Band 11.12; B Band 10,11,12.
Kim Cervell Steering Committee 11.12; Varsity Cheerleading 11,12; JV Cheerleading
10; Scepter 10.11,12: GAA 10. Treas. 11.12: Homecoming Court 11: Queen 12: May
Court Queen 10; Varsity Field Hockey 11.12; JV Field Hockey 10: Girls State 11.
Linda Chapman Jr. National Honor Society 10: Drill Team 10; Pep Club 10; GAA 10.
Jan Chevalier Pep Club 10: JV Field Hockey 9.10; Varsity Field Hockey 11.12.
Charlene Clemens SCA Representative 10: Marching Band 11.12: B Band 9.10: C
Band 8: Powder Puff Team 11.
Lawrence Clemens Marching Band 22.214.171.124; All Regional Band 9,10,11; B Band 8;
JV Football 9; Wrestling 10; Tri-M 12; A Band 10,11,12.
Thomas J. Carlin
Mike W. Carlson
Kim L. Cervell
Linda G. Chapman
Jan P. Chevalier
Chris A. Christensen Charlene A. Clemens Lawrence Clemens
Announcements answer a lot of questions.
Stephen A. Clement Cynthia G. Clemmons
Tony Clement Steering Committee 10.11.12; Drama Club 11.12,
Cynthia G. Clemmons Class President 9; SCA Representative 8; Steering Committee
8.9.10,12; A Capella 10; Girls' Chorus 8,9; Pep Club 8; ICC Representative 9;
Powder Puff Team 11,12; Miss PA Pageant 9.10; SOUND OF f^^USIC 8; Varsity Gym-
Gail M. Clifton Steering Committee 10.11,12: Jr, National Honor Society 10; ICC
Representative 12; Jr Civitan 10. Sec 11,12; Scepter 11,12; Drama Club 12; Powder
Puff Team 12; BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE, LOOK HOI^EWARD ANGEL 11; Miss
Chesapeake District (Jr. Civitan),
Vivian Coats Steering Committee 8, Girls' Chorus 10; FBLA 11.12; Powder Puff Team
12; COE 11,12; TRADE 11,
Donna Cochenour GAA 11,12; Transfer Student 11,
Robert Cooper Boys State 12.
Patty Core COE 12; Powder Puff Team 11.
Mike Courtney Varsity Club 8; Tennis Team 9.
Seniors Prepare To Face The World
Vivian M. Coats
Donna M. Cochenour William E. Coleman
Robert T. Copper
Extra Hours Spent By Seniors
Nancy J. Crawford
Mike Craig Track 8.
Don Crawford Powder Puff Cheerleader 11,12; JV Football 10.
Civil Culligan SCA Representative 11; Steering Committee 11, 12; National Honor
Society 12; Jr. National Honor Society 10,11; Spanisti Club 11,12; Keyettes 11,12;
Spanisfi National Honor Society 11, Pres. 12.
Joe Dahlheimer Steering Committee 11; Science Club 11; Key Club 12; Basketball
10,11; Softball 11.
Joan Davis SCA Representative 12; National Honor Society 11.12; Jr. National Honor
Society 10; A Capella Ctiorus 11; ICC Representative 11; Science Club 12; Junior
Civitan 10,11; Keyettes 10, V. Pres 11, Pres. 12; GAA 10,11, Sec. 12; Powder Puff
Team 11,12; Homecoming Court 10,12; May Court 10; JV Field fiockey 10; Varsity
field fiockey 11, Co-Capt. 12; Varsity Basketball 11,12, Co-Capt; Transfer Student 10;
Madrigals 12; Regional Chorus 11; Scholastic Team 10; Girls Stale 11
John Dean Varsity Club 10,11,12; Cross Country 10.11,12; Indoor Track 10,11,12;
Outdoor Track 9,10,11,12.
Snookie M. Cutchins
Joan E. Davis
To Achieve Personal Satisfactions
Mary E. DiNardo
Brenda V. Dillard
Stacye A. Dill
William E. Dickerson Theresa A. Dickerson
Mary DiNardo Steering Committe 8.9,10, Peerage Staff 9,10, National Honor Society
10,11,12; Jr. National Honor Society 10; Marctiing Band 10, All Regional Band 9; B
Band 8,9. Pep Club 8; Keyettes 11, Treas 12; Trinity 12, GAA 9,10, Sec, 11. Pres. 12;
Powder Puff Team 11; Field Hockey 10,11,12; Spanisti National Honor Society Treas.
Stacye Dill Girls' Ctiorus 9.10
Billy Dickerson Key Club 12; Wrestling 10.11.12
Cindy DeLaCruz Varsity Cheerleadmg 11. JV Cheerleading 10 Co-Captain Who s
Seniors pose momentarily while riding on the class float.
The camera caught Senior Craig Byrnes, photographer for the
Becky E. Deluca
Philip J. Delsignore Cynthia N. DeLaCruz
Wim B. Dekker
Dean R. Doody
Barry M. Dorsk
Marianne D, Duprey
William M. Eger
Dean Doody Class Vice President 12; Steering Committee 8,9,10,11.12; Peerage
Staff 12; National Honor Society 12; ICC Representative 12; Jr. Civitan 11 12- (Madri-
Barry Dorsk Homeroom Officerl 1 ; Steering Committee 11.12
(Marianne Duprey SCA Representative 11: Intra-School Exchange 10: Page Staff
11.12; Science Club 12
(Mike Ehrlich Transfer Student 12.
Bruce Ekiund Class President 11; Foreign Exchange Program 11; National Honor So-
ciety Pres. 11; Jr. National Honor Society Pres 10
Jeannie Eller SCA Reporter-Historian 12; Homeroom Pres. 9.10.11; Steering Com-
mittee 8,9,10.11.12; Intra-School Exchange 10; Page Staff 9.11.12. A CapeHa Chorus
11.12; Girls Chorus 8.9.12; Pep Club 8.9; Future Nurses Club 9; Drama Club 12.
LOOK HOMEWARD. ANGEL 11; (Madrigals 12; All Regional Chorus 11; Tri-(M 12.
Kenny Elliot Cross Country 9.10,12; Indoor Track 10,11.12; Outdoor Track 9.10 11 12
JV Outdoor Track 8.
Jeanne K. Eller
Kenny B. Elliot
Ray G. Ellis
Joe D. Elmore
Beth J. Emmett
The Girls Hockey team strives tor selt-improvement.
Ray Ellis SCA Representative 8,9,10,11; Key Club 12; Trinity 12 (mascot); JJV Foot-
ball 9; JV Basketball 9,10; JVFootball 10; Varsity Basketball 11,12; Varsity Football
Joe Elmore FNHS 12, Jr Civitan 11, Alpha Y Teens 11,
Betti Emmett Homeroom Officer 10; Steering Committee 10; Powder Puff Team 11.
Kevin Enocfi JV Wrestling 9,10; Varsity Wrestling 11.
Richard Etter JV Baseball 10.
Elizabeth Everett Jr. National Honor Society 10, A Capella Chorus 8,9.10.11,12; FHA
8; Jr. Civitan 12.
Brenda Ewers SCA Representative 11; Intra-School Exchange 11; National Honor
Society 12; A Capella Chorus 11.12; Girls' Chorus 10; Drill Team 10; Madrigals 12;
Scepter 12; GAA 12; Powder Puff Team 11.12; Girls Varsity Field Hockey 11,12.
Brenda S. Ewers
Kevin E. Enoch
William A. Eskins
Randy R. Ethridge
Richard W. Etter
Elizabeth G. Everett
Drill Team Unites To Excel
The Drill Team moves into position for homecoming night activities.
Mike Fariss Key Club 12, Varsity Club Sec. 11,12, JV Basketball 10, Varsity Basket-
Cindy Fisher Steering Committee 12: Spanish Club 11,12; FTA Sec. 9; Keyettes
11,12; Intramural Hockey 9
Debbie Flautt Powder Puff Team 11: Spanish National Society.
Serena Flowers Powder Puff Team 11
Robbie Ford Track 9: Cross Country 9: JV Football 8.
Linda M. Finch
Denise A, Fischer
Cindy K, Fisher
Deborah A Flautt
Serena H N Flowers
Robbie B. Ford
Anthony J. Foy
Carl A. Frady
Donald P. Frangenberg Elizabeth A. Freeman Thomas E. Freeman
Melissa Y. Gallop
Patrick D. Gambill
Tony Foy Band Council 11, Drum Ma|or; Marching Band Drum Major 11,12,
Don Frangenberg NJROTC 10.11,12; Drill Team CO, 11; Rifle Team Coach 10.11,
Thomas Freeman Marching Band 11; B Band 10. JV Baseball 10
Bruce Friedman JJV Football Mgr, 8. JV Football Mgr, 9; Varsity Football Mgr, 10,11,
Patrick Gambill Wrestling 10.11.12,
Class Change A
Challenge To All
Danny E. Garris
Melinda V. Gaskins
Daniel Garris SCA Representative 9,10; Steering Committee 12; Jr. National Honor
Society 10,11; Pep Club 10; ICC Representative 10; Spanish Club 9,V. Pres. 10; Out-
door Track 9,10,11; Cross Country 10; Indoor Track 11; Young Life 11,12; Jr.
Melinda Gaskins Jr. National Honor Society 10; A Capeila Chorus 12; Science Club
12; Keyettes 11,12,
Rusty Gatewood B Band 9; C Band 8.
Shelia Glaze Girls' Chorus 9; Spanish Club 11, Pres. 12; Miss PA Pageant 11, Miss
Congeniality 4lh runner up; Intramural Hockey Team 11; Transfer Student 11
Elizabeth Going Pep Club 9; DE Club 11,
Barry Gomez SCA Representative 10,11; Homeroom Officer 11; Steering Committee
10,11; A Capeila Chorus 10,11,12; Madrigal 12; Transfer Student
Shelia G. Glaze
Miino L. Gliosca
Elizabeth L, Going
Barry J, Gomez
Will Be Missed
Amy J. Hamilton
Mike D. Hammer
Steve C. Griffith
Chiarles M. Grissom
David A. Halapm
Partick 0. Harold
Evelyn Hancock Steering Committee 10; Girls Ctiorus 12, FBLA 10; Spanish Club
11; FTA 10; Powder Puff Team 11.
Patrick Harold Drama Club 11,12.
Ctiris Harrell SCA Representative 11; Homeroom Officer 11,12; Steering Committee
11.12; Jr Civitan 11.
JoAnne Harrison SCA Representative 10; Girls Ctiorus 12; fTA 9; FBLA 10
Oonna Hartfield Powder Puff Team 11,12.
Dennis P. Harrell
Senior Susan Walker displays her talent on the half-time field.
Individual Talents Found At P. A.
Janet K. Hastings
Janet Hastings Madrigals 11.12.
Terry Hawkins DE Club 10.11
Susan Hightower Steering Committee 8.9,10,11.12, A Capella Chorus 10.11; Pep
Club 10; FNHS 9.10.11; GAA 9.10; Scepter 10; DE Club 12; Powder Puff Team 12; Jr.
Stepfien Hodges Science Club 12. Explorers in Medicine 10.11.12.
Phyllis M. Hatfield
P. A. Proudly
Patricia M. Hayes
Susan M. Hightower
Look Up To
Sharon K. Hollenback Yvonne D. Holloman
Paula S. Holman
Kimberly K. Holmstrom
Martha S Howell
Kirk D. Hollowell
Kirk Hollowell JV Football 10: JV Basketball 10; V Basketball 12; Varsity Football
Paula Holman DE Club 11,
Kim Holmstrom SCA Representative 9.10,11: Girls' Chorus 8: Varsity Ctieerleadmg
12; JV Cheerleading 9,10. Pep Club 9.10: Powder Putf Team 11.12; Homecoming
Court 12; Miss PA Pageant 8.11: TRADE 11
Martha Howell SCA Representative 12; Girls Chorus 8.9.1 1 . DE Club 12; TRADE 11
Wayne Howell SCA Officer 10.11.
George Huddleston DE Club 12.
Phillip W. Howell
George S. Huddleston
The office likes all sizes.
Joe Johnson SCA Treas, 12; SCA Representative 8,9,10.11.12; Steering Committee
8.9. Float Chairman 10.11.12; Intra-School Exchange 10; Page Feature Editor 11; Na-
tional Honor Society 12; Jr National Honor Society 9. V Pres 10; A Capella Chorus
8.9.10; Pep Club 9; ICC Representative 10.11.12; Debate Team 11; Spanish Club
10 11 Key Club 12; FTA Treas, 11; Coronet mascot 12; Drama Club 9,10.11, V Pres.
12 LION IN WINTER 9. A THOUSAND CLOWNS 10; BELL OF THE WEST 10;
OVERPOISED SEASON 9, ABOVE THE FIRE 10; HELLO OUT THERE 10; MAY I
HAVE YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE 11, BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE 11; LOOK
HOMEWARD, ANGEL 11; IF A MAN ANSWERS 12, Boys State Alt. 11; Who s Who
Among Am High School Students 12; Jr Civilan 10,11, Treas, 12; Young Life 10.
Wiley Johnson JV Football 10; Varsity Indoor Track 10; Varsity Outdoor Track 10;
Varsity Football 11; Varsity Indoor Track 11,
Kim Humphreys Spanish Club Treas 9.10. Sec, 12; TPI 9,10; Ecology Program 9,10;
Drug Rehabilitation 10.
Matt Jackson Transfer Student 12,
Kim Jaszewski Jr National Honor Society 9; Pep Club 9; DE Club 11.
Delois A. Johnson
Powder Puff - An
Kim A. Humphreys
The Cheerleaders had a game of their own going on!
Richard E. James
Hard Work Brings Success For Band
Susan Jones FBLA 12.
Phyllis Kaluzny GAA 10.11; Powder Puff Team 11.
Sharon Kelberg Steering Committee 8,9; Peerage Staff 11; Jr. National Honor Soci-
ety 10.11; Science Club 11,12. Sec; FNHS 9.10; Jr. Civitan 9.10; Keyettes 10.11.12;
GAA 9.10,11.12; JV Hockey 9.10; Varsity Hockey 11.12; Ecology Club 11,12.
Barbara Keller Class Treas 12; Steering Committee 12; Science Club 11, Treas. 12;
Drama Clux 11.12; Transfer Student 10.
Erin Kelley Class V. Pres. 9.10; Steering Committee 9,10.12; Intra-School Exchange
10; ICC Representative 9.10; GAA 9.10,11,12; Keyettes 10,11,12: Powder Puff Team
11.12; May Court 10; JV Hockey Team 9,10; Varsity Hockey 11,12.
Seniors Rich Ramsey and Matt Bathke spend a great deal of their time
practicing and performing for band.
Julie A. Johnson
J Leigh Jones
Susan L. Jones
Brian G Kdspar
Shitron F Kelberg
Glenda M. Keith
Erin M. Kelley
Kathie Kelly Steering Committee 12: Drill Team 11,12; GAA 8 9 10 11 12 Scepter 12
Powder Pull Team 11.12.
Karen Kelsay Girls Chorus 8; JV Hockey 9.
Kathy Kennedy Class Secretary 12; SCA Representative 11; ICC Representative 12:
Varsity Cheerleading 11,12; JV Cheerleading 10; Steering Committee 11, Jr. Civilan
11, Ctiap. 12; Scepter 11, V Pres, 12; Powder Puff Team 11,12: Girls Stale.
Debbie Kindle DE Club 10,11.
Dianne Knapp Page Stall 11.12; Scepter 12; Powder Puff Team 12.
Kathleen A, Kennedy
Kathy E. Kessler
Debbie L. Kindle
Austin S. King
Dianne E. Knapp
Kevm Krest Class Officer Treasurer 9: Steering Committee
9,10.11.12; Science Club 11.12
Terry Kretz Science Club Vice President 8; President 9: Key
Club 12; JV Wrestling 10; Varsity Wrestling 11,12
Lonna Laemmevmann DE Club
Susan LaLonde C Band, FNHS 12
Patricia J, Lamberty Class Officer Excutive Board 9,10.11.
SCA Representative 8.9.10,11,12. Steering Committee 8.9.12; A
Band 11; B Band 126.96.36.199; Drill Team 9,10,11,12; Drama Club
10; Powder Puff Team 11 manager; 12
Deborati A Land
Rachael Lang SCA Representative 8,9; Steering Committee 8;
Drill Team 11; GAA 8,9,10; Powder Puff Team 11,12, Brenda
LaRock Steering Committee 11,12, FNHS 10,11,12; Powder Puff
Anne Lawrence SCA Representative 11; Steering Committee
188.8.131.52; National Honor Society 11.12; Jr National Honor So-
ciety 10; Band Council Secretary 11; l^arctiing Band 10.11.12; B
Band 8.9; ICC Representative 11; Spanisfi Club 8.9.12. Reporter
Historian 10. Vice-President 11; Powder Puff Team 11.12
Darrell Lewis Class Vice-President 11; Steering Committee
8.9,10,12, Vice-President 11; Jr National Honor Society 9.10; A
Capella Cliorus 8.9; ICC Representative 11; Junior Civitan
10.11.12; Key Club 12; JV Basketball Manager 9; SNHS 11;f^ad-
rigals 10.11,12; Modern Music Masters 11,12; Regional Cfiorus
Harold Lewis Steering Committee 8,9.10,11,12; National Honor
Society 10.11. Treasurer 12; Jr. National Honor Society 8.9; A
Capella Cfiorus 8,9; Madrigals 10.11,12; Tri-M 10,11,12; All
Regional Ctiorus 10,11,12; Spanisfi National Honor Society
11.12; Spanisfi Club 10,11, Treasurer 12. Junior Civitan 10,11,12;
Key Club 12
Lisa Linn Sopfiomore Class President; SCA Representative 10;
Steering Committee 10; Drill Team 10. 11
OUR SCA President?
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Seniors Work Together
Their Class No. 1
Debra Logan A Capella Chorus 12: Girls' Chorus 8. 11; Varsity Cheerleading 11,12: JV
Cheerleadmg 10: Pep Club 12; Spanish Club 11,12; Junior Civitan 11,12; Trinity 12;
Powder Puff Team 11,12
Sharon L. Lombard SCA Representative 8.9,10,11,12; Steering Committee
8,9,10.11,12; Spanish Club 11; Scepter Vice President 11.12; FBLA 10. Powder PufI
Team 12; SNHA 12
Vicki Lucente Trade 11; Madrigals 10,11,12; Governor s School For Gifted 11; SCA
Representative 8,9; Scholastics Team 10; Steering Committee 10.11,12; Tri M Secretary
11, President 12; National Honor Society 10,11. President 12: Jr National Honor Soci-
ety 9,10; A Capella Chorus 10,11,12: Girls State Nomination 11; ICC Representative 12;
FNHS 10.11.12; Civitan 10.11: tvliss PA Pageant 11; ■Belle of the West' 10
Diane Lue Steering Committee 8.9,10,11,12: f^arching Band 10,11,12; All Regional
Band 9; B Band 8,9: Pep Club 10; Spanish Club 11; FBLA 11; Powder Puff Team 11
Kai Lysaght Steering Committee 11; Intra-School Exchange 10; Debate Team 11;
Chees Team 10; Alpha Y Teens 12; DE Club 11
Bill Lunstord Inarching Band 11; JJV Football 10; JV Football 11
Michael MacOonald Page Staff 12; Drama Club 12
Anne Mackie DE Club 10,11
Sandy K. Manby
Shirley A. Mann
Richard G. Martin
Paula A. Maratea
Robin L. Matthews
John M. Marusa
Sandy Manby Spanish Club 8.9: GAA 9,10; Powder Puff Team 12; JV Hockey Team 10;
City Hockey Team 9; Varsity Hockey 11; City Track 9
Shirley l^/lann FBLA 11, Treasurer 12
Steven tVlanuel JV Basketball 9,10; Varsity Basketball 11, JV Baseball 10; Varsity
Paula Maratea SCA Representative 11; Girls' Chorus 8; Pep Club 10; Chess Team 11;
Alpha Y Teens 11; Powder Puff Team 11,12; City Track 9,10; Hockey Team 10
Tom Marchant Marching Band 10,11,12; All Regional Band 11; B Band 8.9
Carol Marder Debate Team 10; Chess Team 11 ; Alpha Y Teens 11; Powder Puff Team
Robin Matthews SCA Representaive 11; Homeroom Officer 10,11; National Honor So-
ciety 10; Girls' Chorus 10
Carol A. Marder
James I. McBee
Debbie Logan speculates a win.
Janice Mayo Young Life 11
Karen J. McAdams
James I McBee NJROTC Color Guard; Drill Team; Rifle Team
Michael D McDamel SCA Representative 12; Peerage Staff 12; National Honor Soci-
ety 12; Science Club 12; FHNS 12; Key Club 12; Young Life 11,12
Ann H. McFarlane Pep Club 12; Spanish Club 9,10
John McFarlane Steering Committee 11,12; B Band 8.9; Spanish Club 9.10; Junior
P r- •- "
Crafts IS a popular class.
lary Ann Meehan
Robert McGanty DE Club 10 Executive officer; 11,12
Dale L, Mclntyre
Liza McKay C.O.E
Mary Ann Meefian Steering Committee 10,11, A Capella Chorus 9,10; Girls Chorus
8; Spanish Club 9,10.11,12; Junior Civitan 12; FHA 8; SNHS 11, Secretary 12
Brenda Michael SCA Representative Committee Chairman 12; Steering Committee
10,11; National Honor Society 10.11. President 12; Drill Team 11; ICC Repre-
sentative Secretary 12; FNHS 10.11,12; Keyettes 11,12; Powder Puff Team 11;
Scholastic Team 11; Governer s School
Seniors Have Successful Candy Sale
Mary Alice Monaco
Karen Milliken Steering Committee 11.12; Jr. National Honor Society 10; FNHS 10;
FBLA 11: Miss PA Pageant 11
George Millirons DE Club 11. Baseball 10.
Donna Milstead Girls Chorus 9; C O.E. 11.12
Cheryl Monaco Girls Chorus 8.9,12; DE Club 12; GAA 10
Mary Alice Monaco Girls' Chorus 8.9: GAA 10; JV Hockey 9.10; Varsity Hockey 11
Reginald Moore Science Club 12; Wrestling 12; Baseball 12.
Seniors Build Large Treasury
Lynn H Morse
Timothy M Mulcare National Honor Society 11,12; Jr. National Honor Society 9,10;
ICC Representative Vice President 12; Key Club 12; Varsity Club 11, Treasurer 12;
Cross Country 11,12; Track 11,12; Spanish National Honor Society 11,12, NJROTC
10,11,12; Jr. Civitan 11, Vice President 12
Lola Murrell Steering Committee 10,12; B Band 8; Pep Club 10; Science Club 12;
Drama Club 9,10, Secretary 11,12; Belle Of the West; Look Homeward Angel
Nancy Neal SCA Representative 9; Homeroom Officer 9,12; Steering Committee
9,10,11,12; Drill Team 10,11, Trinity 12; FBLA 12; Powder Puff Team 11,12; Junior
Vicki Nervig Drill Team 10,11, Treasurer 12, FNHS 10
Deborah Nevitt SCA Representative 10,11; Homeroom Officer 10,11; Drill Team
10,11, Captain 12; FBLA 12; Powder Puff Team 11,12
Steve Noles SCA Representative 12; Page Staff 11, Editor-ln-Chief 12
Sharon Norrell SCA Representative 10; FBLA 10.12. Secretary 11; Powder Puff Team
11.12; Homecoming Court 12.
C. A. Norton Wrestling 9.10.11; Football 9; Track 11.
Sue Norton Band Council 11, Head Ivlaiorette 12; Head Librarian; fvlarchmg Band
10,11. President 12; Drill Team tvlajoretle 10. FNHS 10 11.12; Varsity Gymnastics
Therese O Connor SCA Representative 11, FBLA 12. GAA 12: Powder Puff Team
Mathews O Donnell fvlarchmg Band 10.11.12; All Regional Band 11.12; Junior
Aaron Oliver National Honor Society t^ascol 12; Drama Club 10.11, President 12;
LOOK HOt^EWARD ANGEL. IF A MAN ANSWERS
David Ordonio Marching Band 11. All Regional Band 10,11. B Band 10
Therese O Connor
Mathews O Donnell
David O Neal
Joe Venable and Mrs Sefert concentrate on Senior Class business.
Mark Painter Page Staff 11
Susan PaIko Powder Puff Team
John Paul Explorersm IVIedicine 11
Bob Peters Jr. National Honor Society 10; Key Club 12; JV Golf 10; Varsity Golf 11.
David Brown, contractor?
Seniors Triumph in Powder Puff
Betsey Pyall SCA Representative 10; FBLA 12; GAA 10 11;
Powder Putt Team 12
Susan Prentice Steering Committee 11.12. National Honor Soci-
ety 11.12: Jr National Honor Society 10; Marching Band
10,11.12; All Regional Band 11.12; ICC Representative 12;
Debate Team 12; Powder Puff Team 11,12; Modern Wusic
Masters 11. Vice President 12; Solo & eensomble 10.11.12
Mary Powell Future Nurses Club 11,12; Steering Committee
184.108.40.206; Peerage Staff 12; Powder Puff Team 11
Joni Poulos SCA Representative 10.11.12; Homeroom Officer
11,12; Page Staff 11, Feature Page Editor 12; GAA 12; Powder
Puff Team 12: Library Assistant 10.12: Scepter 12.
Joe Postove Varsity Club 10.11.12; JV Football Manager 10: JV
Baseball Manager 10: Varsity Football Manager 11; Varsity
Baseball Manager 11.12
Debbie Poore DE Club 10.11.12
Charles Plisco Steering Committee 11; National Honor Society
12; Jr National Honor Society 10.11. Marching Band 10.11.12;
FNHS 10,11,12: Basketball Manager 10
Cheryl Plackett FBLA 12: Powder Pull Team 12
Leo Pimeniil JV Football 10: Varstiy Football 11,12, Track 11,
Powder Puff Cheerleader 11.12
Seniors Triumph Always
Pat Regan Steering Committee 10,11,12; Powder Puff Team 11
Deborafi Resavage FBLA Treasurer 11, President 12
Wayne Rickman Homeroom Officer 12; Marcfiing Band
9,10,11,12; ICC Representative 12; Key Club 12; Varsity Tennis
Madonna Rich SCA Representative 10, Drill Team 10, FBLA 12
Sharon Rich Marching Band 10; Drill Team 10
Robin Richison Steering Committee 11.12; Marching Band
10,11.12; Drill Team 10,11.12
Susan Riggs B Band 9. C Band 8; Art Club 11
David Retzke A Capella Chorus 8,9, JV Football 9; JV Football
•Boy, do I ever feel like an idiot!'
Seniors Have Rainbow
Randall Rinaldi Steering Committee 11,12: Spanish Club 9,10,11: Track 11
Bryon Robinson Steering Committee 11,12: ICC Representative 12: Science Club 11,
Vice President 12: Tennis Team 10,12
Debbie Rodgers Girls Chorus 8
Allan Rodrick Boy's State 11, Track 10: Cross Country 12: Indoor Track 12: Outdoor
Raymond Rowland B Band 10
Kathleen Ruesch Steering Committee 10,11,12: Page Staff 12: FNHS 11; Junior
Civitan 11; Scepter 11,12; GAA 11, 12: Powder Puff Team 11,12: Basketball 12
Rusty Russell JV Football 10; JV Basketball 10; Varsity Baseball 10,11; Varsity
Basketball 12; Varsity Baseball 12
Terry Schachtner SCA Representative 8,9,10: Steering Committee 8,9,10; Jr Na-
tional Honor Society 9,10; Key Club 12: Scepter fWascol 11,12: JV Football 10
Cindy Schleicher Steering Committee 10,11; A Capella Chorus 9; Pep Club 10: FBLA
11; Junior Achievement 10
Robert Schwendeman SCA Representative 11, Key Club 12; Varsity Club 12; Cross
Country 11,12; Track & Field 12: Baseball 12
Leslie Scott Powder Puff Team 11; Girls Track 10
Robert Scott C Band 10: JV Football 9,10; Golf 11
Laura Setnik Homeroom Officer 12; Junior Civitan 11; Coronet 10, Treasurer 11, His-
torian 12: GAA 11,12: Powder Puff Team 11,12
Eva Shinholser Marching Band 11,12; Science Club 12; Scepter 12; GAA 11.12;
Powder Puff Team 11,12; Basketball 12
Arthur Shuey Page Staff 11,12; Debate Team 11; Junior Civitan 11; Drama Club
11,12; LOOK HOMEWARD. ANGEL 11
David Siegel Marching Band 11,12; All Regional Band 11; B Band 9.10
P.A. oh P. A.
You're the Finest
This speaks tor itself!
Edward Siska Young Life 12
Bernard Skibinski SCA Representative 12; ICC Representative 12; Science Club
11; Spanish Club 11; Explorer's In Medicine 11,12; Spanish National Honor Society
11, Vice-President 12,
Larry Smiley JV Baseball 10; Varsity Baseball 11.
Cynthia Smith SCA Secretary 12; SCA Representaive 11; Young Life 10,11,12;
Drama Club 12; Powder Puff Team 12,
Debra Smith Powder Puff Team 11
Lisa Smith Class Secretary 10; DE Club Secretary 11; FBLA Vice-President 10;
Powder Puff Team 11. 12,
Jeff Snyder Track 10,11,12; Football 10
Lisa Southal! Girls' Chorus 10; Coronet 10,11,12; Young Life 10,11,12; Madrigals 12
Vicki Speight Class Officer 11; DE Club 11,12
Debbi Spellman German Club 12
Valerie Spells Keyeltes 12; DE Club Treasurer 11; Powder Puff Team 11,12.
Homecoming Court 12
Myra Sppvak SCA Representative 10; Steering Committee 10; Junior Civitan 12;
Drama Club 10; Theater Association
Bruce Spry SCA Representative 9; Homeroom Officer 10; Steering Committee 11,
Shirley Stanley Girls' Chorus 10; FBLA 11,12; CO.E. 12
Lynnae Steeg Girls' Chorus 8.9; FBLA 11,12; C.OE 12
Carol Stegertiaii Steering Committee 8,9; FBLA 11,12; CO.E 12
Denise Steizried Page Staff 11; Junior Civitan 11; GAA 10,11
Brian Stephens Football 10, Cross Country Track 11
Barb Straight Powder Puff Team 11, Young Life 11,12
Arnalda Street SCA Representative 8,9,10,11; Homeroom Officer 8,9,10,11;
Steering Committee 10,11,12; FNHS 11,12; Bible Club 9; Cornet 12; Young Life
Edie Streett Drill Team 11, GAA 10,11,12; Powder Puff Team 11,12, JV Hockey 10;
Young Life 10
David Strom DE Club 12
Seniors Have Fantastic Sponsers
Susan J. Taft
Susan J. Taft
William B. Taylor Steering Committee 11.12: Peerage Staff 12; l^/1adrlgals 11.12; Tri-lvl
12; Regional Chorus 10.11; Zuzolo 12
Irene Tenerowicz Steering Committee; Page Staff 11. Reporter 12; Junior Civitan 11.
President 12; Coronet 12
David Thomas C Band; DE Club; Powder Puff Cheerleader 11,12; JJV Football 8.9;
Don Thomson Page Staff Sports Writer 12; FNHS 10. 11, Reporter 12
Toni Tiberi Steering Committee 11,12; Page Staff 11, Feature Editor 12; A Capella
Chorus 10,11.12; Junior Civitan
p. A. Spirit Goes to Neptune Festival
Brenda Totten SCA Representative 10,11: Homeroom Officer 10 Key Club 11. GAA 10.
Powder Puff Team 12; f^ay Court 10; Intramural Field Hockey 10
Micfiael Travis DE Club 11,12
Ricfiard Tucker Key Club 12; JV Basketball 8.9; Varsity Basketball 10,11; JV Golf 8.9;
Varsity Golf 10.11; Tri-Hi-Y
Keitfi Van Hulle
Pamela Vaughn Science Club. Look Howeward Angel 11
Joe Vanble National Honor Society 12, TripHi-Y tvlascot
Cfiarles Verner tVlarcliing Band 11.12; wb Band 11
Students prepare for the raft race.
Maria Vinson DE Club 11
Patricia Voighl Drill Team 11
Craig Vosler National Honor Society 10.11,12; Jr National Honor Society 10; Varsity
Club 10.11. President 12; Varsity Football 10.11,12; JV Wrestling 10; Varsity Wres-
tling 11.12; Varsity Baseball 11; JV Baseball 10; Outstanding Sophomore Boy 10
Rochelle Wahlig Marching Band 10; FBLA 12
Susan Walker Steering Committee 10.11, Maiorelle 11 12. All Regional Band 11,12;
Drill Team 12
Pamela Ward Powder Pud Team 11,12
Kimmie Ware Homeroom Officer 10; Steering Committee 12; Peerage Staff 10; A
Capella Chorus 11; Marching Band Majorette 10; Scepter 10,11. DE Club 12. Miss
Douglas Wemslein SCA Representative 12
Allen White Powder Puff Cfieerleader 11; JV Basketball 9
Karen Wfiite Class Officer Treasurer 11; SCA Representative 11; Steering Com-
mittee 11,12; Intra-School Excfiange Program 11; Cornet 10 11 President 12
Tern White FBLA 11,12
Bethany Whiteford Marching Band 11,12; Powder Puff Team 11.12
Donna Wiggleton A Capella Chorus 12, FNHS 11
Varixj Room at
Senior Steering Committee Active
Cindy Williams SCA Representative 10; Science Club 11; Spanish Club 10; Spanish Na-
tional Honor Society 11.12; Junior Civitan 12
Sherry Wilson SCA Representative 12; DE Club 12; Transfer Student 11.
Cheerleaders Promote Spirit
"4 .!!?1 'i? 'i
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Was It really Robert Redford???????
Karen Worley Drill Team 10
Vicki Young Trinity 11.12; GAA 9.10,11,12, Homecoming Court 12. JV Field
Hockey 9.10; Varsity Field Hockey 11.12.
Tern Ziegelbem Steering Committee 8.9.10. Peerage Staff 8; Pep Club 8;
Future Nurses Club 8.9.10
Kim Zorens FNHS 11; Drama Club 11.
The Junior Class has had a most eventful
year at P. A. The long awaited Ring Dance
was held in April at Lake Wright Hotel where
the Juniors were entertained by Pendulum.
After this came many days of turning, admir-
ing, and the showing off of class rings.
Another Junior tradition is deciding on the
class symbol. A lot of different thoughts and
ideas were considered before choosing the
Candy Sales and dances were profitable for
the Class of 76 and really boosted the
Some of the more studious Juniors took
PSAT tests to prepare themselves for future
tests in their Senior years.
The spirit of '76 is truly alive and growing at
Princess Anne and is obvious in the Junior
The Class of 1976
Marching Cavaliers win trophies
The morning after . . .
Tammy Jo Blaher
Mary Lynn Bozza
'I wonder if that means me?'
A. A \Jld i
to lead as class President
Spirit Penetrates Cold Nights
,\ / ., Rick Dempsey
^^^ Dede Dinger
^^^* Denise Dinger
The Women's Lib percussion section!
The excitement of Homecominy!
History, Chemistry, Algebra 2 . . .
A tired Raggedy Ann finds time to rest.
Juniors raise funds
with candy sales
Football team led by Sam Eure
'Hey, you guys, what are you doing?'
La Monte Hinton
Hey man! Those Junior girls
Wayne Jones m. • ^ <
William Jones ^ TV" -*
Marty Jordan *. '^'
Donna Kabacinski >■.
Michael Kane w
PSAT tests and College Boards
required many hours of studying from Juniors
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Juniors anticipate taking tests.
Laurie Mac Donald
Spirit is Evident at P. A.
Juniors anxiously await last
Juniors are always attentive in class!
Someone's doing some weekend planning!
year at Princess Anne
'What do you mean, you know my combination?"
Class Symbol Chosen for 1976
Junior spirit grows and grows
2:00 rush hour
Quiet moments to think about
Friends find a time to talk.
Maureen Scott ^^^^B -^-^i
William Shearin ^j*^ *•
Careers become more realistic as graduation draws near.
J Cindy Skinner
Juniors make plans for future
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^^— "-'^^ ' Ronny Spellman
▼j - , I Donna Spells
'He asked me out!'
Bill St. Claire
Juniors anticipate Ring Dance
Juniors select ''American
Nancy Van Dyke
Let s go to the Hop'
Graffiti'' for Homecoming float
Juniors spend many hours after school for
Juniors end the year with flair
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Drill Team gets into position for pre-game activities.
Sophomores Have a Good Slate of Officers
The Sophomore Class of 77 is
looking bright as it faces the New Ho-
rizon into the Sun, as it dawns the
beginning of a new day. The class
symbol is the sun rising over a moun-
tainous landscape, dawning on a new
tomorrow. The class sponser is Mr.
Eley. Officers are: Bobby Freeman,
Pres., Donna Slaughter, V, Pres.,
Kathy Kaiser, Sec, and Tammy Flow-
The Sophomore Class sponsored
the May Dance. A special feature of
the May Dance was the crowning of a
new May Queen. Also, the class con-
ducted a candy sale in Jan.
Tenth graders enjoy life at P. A.
Lea Ann Biondo
CITY OF VIRGINIA fi£AC
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City of Virginia Beach; Department of Crazy Students.
Jr. Highs Unite
At P. A.
Lee Ann Chitwood
Smokey says, "Don't light fires!'
High Expections at P. A.
Sophomores Have Successful May Dance
'. -ona Fralix
Learning Is Fun at PA.
Sophomores come in all sizes
Sophomores support winning football team
Sophomores Generate Rapport Among Classes
/ M Debbie McCandless
y ; S Ronnie McCrea
Lundy Cohen watches a game with great Satis-
Sophomore Class starts '74 with Large Treas.
School is more than just work
Sophomores take a first dip in school affairs.
Sophomores strive for
height in society
r^^l Darlene Riggs
Many students help in the concession tand.
Janet St. John
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Sophomores help with many school functions
Belty Van Dyke
Patty Van Petten
P. A. Remains No. 1 After 22 Years
A popular sight at P.A. is it's newly acquired speed bumps.
Sophomores Have Largest Class
Jesse J Williams
Hope Springs Eternal.
Four minutes are sometime too short for class change
Donna Givens and Kathy Lee work on the Peerage.
Students often visit area parks.
Sometimes too much work leads to drastic measures.
P.A. Students work together
Sophomores Achieve Importance at PA
Cheerleaders await the big game
Signs of support plague P.A. athletics
Gymnasts Finish 2nd in District
Varsity Field Hockey
Tennis Record 1974
Varsiy Baseball 1974
Varsity Football Scorecard
Indoor Track 1975 Scorecard
•PA 82V2 Booker T. 42' 2 Granby 23
•PA 75 First Colonial 43
•PA 671 2 Cox 58 Booker
T. 22' 2
PA 38 Kellam 80
■PA 70 Maury 48
Wrestlers 3rd in State
Varsity Basketball Scores
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Junior Varsity Girls Display
Cindy Aragones, Belisa Benjumea, Theresa Collier, Laura Creasy, Mary DeFir, Terry Ewers. Deborah
Fentress. Lisa Jones. Amber Meardy, Cathy Mullican, Vicki Rickman, Susan Stover, Anne Strange,
Allison Strom, Mary Thompson
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Their Talent In Field Hockey
W^ try Harder
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No. 60 Doug Garner No. 44 Craig Perkins
No. 85 Craig Vosler No. 55 Matt Ambrose
No. 63 Terry Sawyer No. 43 Jimmy Dinardo
No. 1 1 David Weldon No. 67 Steve Miley
No. 80 Fred Benjumea No. 50 Mike Joseph
No. 70 Jurgen Turner No. 65 Joey Lawrence
No. 33 Mario Mastrangeli No. 66 Phil Russo
No. 10 David Brown No. 86 Jay Birsch
No. 52 James Little
No. 64 Butch Matthews
No. 51 Mike Benda
No. 26 Leo Pimental
No. 82 Donald Scott
No. 22 Terry Daily
No. 84 David Pate
No. 32 Richard Rawls
No. 21 Ray Ellis
No. 30 Jesse Williams
No. 77 Cleve Liverman
No. 62 Greg Gapp
No. 87 Wilbert Payton
No. 23 Aubrey Graham
No. 74 Mike Hogue
No. 20 Kirk Hollowell
No. 12 Sam Eure
No. 73 David Heim
No. 42 Doug Long
No. 61 Steve Edwards
No. 71 Roger Wulf
Cox O; PA 12
Great Bridge 6; PA 18
First Colonial 6; PA 7
Granby 0; PA 28
Maury 21; PA 6
Norview 6; PA
Kellam 21; PAO
Kempsville 13; PA 18
Lake Taylor 13; PA 18
BaysideO; PA 23
Cavaliers surprise PA with power
She flies through the air with the greatest of ease!
The 1974-75 Gymnastics Team
Coach Chory with co-captains Kim Furbee and Cindy Parsons
Mary Ann Thompson
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Mario Astrangelli, Jimmy Benjumea, Karl Black. Billy Dickerson. Craig Fowler. Terry Kretz. Craig Vosler. Jimmy Rogers. Mike
p. A. Pins!
Varsity and JV Hockey
Laura Creasy, Belisa Benjumea, June Collier. Amber Meardy, Terry Ewers, Cindy Aragones, Allison Strom, Kathy Mullican,
Mary DeFIr, Ann Strange, Vicki Rickman, Mary Ann Thompson, Lisa Jones, Susan Stover
Varsity Hockey: Karen Possage, Erin Kelley, Jan Chevalier, Kim Furbee, Barbara Burrow, Connie Bush, Sharon Kelberg, Donna Ahles, Jo Filo,
Donna Lemon, IVIary DInardo, Joan Davis, Kim Cervell, Vicki Young, Brenda Ewers, Alan a Finn
JV and Varsity
Wins With Anthony
PA Triumphs in Improved Season
Groups and Individuals
That helped make
This sports year
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Anne Lawrence, Vicki Lucente, Karen Ackerman, Joan Davis.
1975 Peerage Queen
May Queen 1974
Candy Cane Queen 1974
Homecoming Queen 1974
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Most Outstanding Senior:
Pictured at right: Joan Davis and Craig Vosler; Nominees: Karen
Ackerman, Craig Byrnes, Kim Cervell. Jim Cannon, Mary DiNardo
Darren Lewis, Vicki Lucente, and Joe Venable.
Mary Di Nardo
Valerie Spells and Matt Ambrose
Kim Cervelle and Mike Farris
Joan Davis and Craig Vosler
Brenda Michael and Jim Cannon
Nancy Neal and Chris Harrell
Most Likely to Succeed
Mary Di Nardo
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''Pleasant Job Relationship''
Mr. Letcher Hill, school principal, has been at
Princess Anne for two years. He graduated from high
school in Big Stone Gap, Virginia, attended East Ten-
nessee State University for his B.S. Degree and
received his masters degree from George Peabody
College for Teachers. He was also honored by
receiving the Old Dominion University certificate of
advanced study. Before he came to P.A. he was prin-
cipal at Bayside High School for seven years and was
at Kempsville Junior for two years. Mr. Hill com-
mented that P.A. has the most pleasant job rela-
tionship between students and faculty he has ever
been associated with.
Princess Anne -
Mr. Charles Caldwell came to Princess Anne from
First Colonial High School where he was assistant
principal. He has been at Princess Anne for two years,
and now is working with General Administration and
He graduated from Needham B. Broughton High
School in Raleigh, North Carolina, and from the Uni-
versity of Virginia.
Mr. Caldwell feels that Princess Anne has the best
student body and faculty in Virginia Beach, and is very
happy to be here.
Mr. Shackelford -
Addition to P. A. Staff
Mr. Shackelford is new to Princess Anne, but he had
experience at Virginia Beach Junior High School
before becoming assistant principal for administra-
tion here. He graduated from Aurora High in North
Carolina, East Carolina University and the College of
William and Mary. Mr. Shackelford thinks that
Princess Anne is a great school, and he thinks highly
of the faculty and administration. He also thinks the
school has a great name and tradition and is well es-
tablished in the community.
Mr. Jack Robbins returned to Princess Anne again,
after leaving in 1969 to go to Virginia Beach Junior
and Cox High School. He had been at P.A. for sixteen
years before he left. He graduated from Maury High
School in Norfolk, and from there he went to the
College of William and Mary for his B.S. degree. He
completed his education at the University of Virginia
where he received his masters degree. Mr. Robbins
deals mainly with instruction curriculum and schedule
changes for students. "Just being around kids" is Mr.
Robbins' favorite part of his job.
Ms. Mary Ann Alcorn (above) teaches
English. She is a graduate of
Neeaham B. Broughton High School
in Raleigh, N.C. She participated in
broughtonball, was Freshman class
secretary and class marshal of her
sophomore, junior, senior year. She
was also Y-Teen Queen.
Ms. Elizabeth Anderson (below) teaches
Geometry and General Math 1. She is a
graduate of Lew Wallace High School in
Gary, Indiana. She was a member of the
Spanish club, band and was President of
the Library Club.
Mr. Leo Anthony (above) teaches Physical
Education. He is a graduate of Gran by High
School. He played basketball and baseball
and was in the Varsity Club.
New regulations provide teachers with extra
Mr. Roy Beskin (right) teaches
Distributive Education. He graduated
from Granby High School. He played
basketball, tennis and volleyball. He
participated in Spanish Club and was
a member of Varsity Club.
Ms. Margaret Baily (above) teaches Math.
She is a graduate of Oceana High School.
She was on newspaper staff and
Freshman class President, Junior and
Senior class Secretary and was the
Mrs. Julie Barrett (left) leaches
Geography. She is a graduate of
Princess Anne High School. She
was a cheerleader and a
member of National Honor
Society and Keyettes.
Mr. James Bocock (left) teaches
Miss Judy Bonner (right) teaches
Typing. She is a graduate of Fort
Hunt High School located in Fairfax
County, Va. She was a member of
F.T.A., Spanish National Honor
Society and was in Concert Choir.
Miss Cynthia Bowden (above)
teaches Home Economics. She
is a graduate of Kellam High
School. She was in F.H.A.
duties around school
Mrs. Mary Campbell (left) teaches
English. She graduated from Alma
High School in Alma, Michigan. She
was a member of Drama Club, N.H.S.
Annual Staff, band and was editor of
Mr. Williams fulfills his shift as hall
Mrs. Jackie Casey (left) teaches
English. She graduated from Beathill
Co. High School in Jackson, Ky. She
was a member of annual staff,
newspaper staff and vice-president of
N.H.S. and President of F.T.A. She
also was a cheerleader.
Ms. Donna Casteel (left) teaches
Ms. Cindy Chapman (right) teaches
special education. She graduated
from New Fane Central High School
in New Fane, N.Y. She was a member
of the newspaper staff, F.T.A. and
band. She also was Sophomore class
secretary and Junior class Vice-
Ms. Carol Chory (above) teaches Physical
Education. She graduated from Oscar Smith High
School. She played Basketball, tennis and hockey.
She participated in N.H.S., Keyettes. French club,
and was President of G.A.A. She was also Senior
Mr. Ronald Collins (left) is the Band
Director. He is a graduate of New
Bern High School in New Bern, N.C.
He played football and was in the Pep
club. Varsity club and played in the
Mr. Ernest Davenport (right) teaches
P. A. Teachers individualize
Ms. Casteel uses group work for better understanding in Government.
Ms. Nancy Davidson (above) teaches
Math. She is a graduate of Norview High
School. She was a member of F.N.C.,
Omega Tri-Hi-Y and NHS.
Ms. Becky Debnam (below) teaches
Social Studies. She is a graduate of
Suffolk High School in Suffolk, Va. She
participated m F.T.A., Annual Staff and
Band. She was also Sophomore Class
Mr. A. J. Davis (above) teaches Physical Education.
He is a graduate of Maury High School. He played
football and basketball. He also participated in
wrestling and in the Varsity Club.
Mr. Harvard Dean (above) teaches
Mechanical Drawing and Crafts 1.
Mr. John Dow (right) is a NJROTC
Instructor. He is a graduate of Adams
High School located in Adams, Mass.
He played football, baseball,
basketball and was in the Varsity
Mr. B. H. Donohoe (left) teaches
Ms. Kathleen Edmondson (right)
teaches typing. She is a graduate of
Fleetwood High School m Nelson
County, Va. She was a member of
Glee Club and was Senior Class
Ms. Hortense Eason (left) teaches
Bookkeeping and Typing. She
graduated from Old Richmond High
School in Forsyth County, N.C.
Ms. Patricia Ewell (right) teaches math.
She is a graduate of Granby High
Ms. Maureen Engel (left) teaches Spanish.
She IS a graduate of Cheltenham High
School in Wyncote, Pa. She participated
in the pep club. Spanish club, and was on
the annual staff. She also played on the
Mr. William Eley (left) teaches
government. He is a graduate of Granby
High School. He was a member of the
Spanish club and worked on the annual
Mr. Ralph Gahagan (right) teaches
physical education and is the atheletic
Ms. Dorothy French (left) teaches physical
education. She Is a graduate of Rural
Retreat High School in Rural Retreat, Va.
She played basketball and Softball. She
also was a member of the annual staff,
varsity club and band.
Mr Ashton Godley (below) teaches math.
Oh, How I hate the sight of blood!
Mrs. Goodman (left) teaches English.
'Do you think He'll miss the ticket booth?"
Mr. Clarke Graves teaches the
fundamentals of music, (right)
Ms. Glenda Graham (left) teaches English.
She graduated from Falls Church High
School in Fairfax, Va. She was a
Mr. Cliff Groves (below) teaches French. He is a
graduate of Bessemer City High School located in
Bessemer City, North Carolina. He participated in NHS,
FTA, French Club, French NHS, and was on the annual
staff. He also was Senior class President, Sophomore
Class Treas. and SCA Treas.
Ms. Sharon Gregor (right) teaches English.
She is a graduate of Frank W. Cox High
School. She was on the annual staff.
Teachers provide interesting classes.
Ms. R.V. Harris (right) teaches
Spanish. She graduated from
Groveton High School in Alexandria.
Va. She played basketball, baseball
and hockey. She participated in
Keyettes and worked on the
newspaper. She was also a
Ms. Ileta Hankley (left) teaches
reading and English R. She gra-
duated from Francis Hammond High
School in Alexandria, Va. She was a
member of NHS. and worked on the
Ms. Carleen Huling (left) teaches En-
glish and team-teaches American
Studies. She graduated from Norview
High School. She played basketball,
baseball, and volleyball. She was a
member of the Pep Club, N.H.S., and
sang in the chorus. She also played
in the band.
Mr. Terry Huling (above) teaches
power mechanics. He is a graduate of
Oscar Smith High School. He played
football and was a member of Hi-Y.
Ms. Mary Hutcheson (above) teaches Math. She
IS a graduate of West Palm, Beach High School
in West Palm Beach, Fla, She was on the hockey
team, swimming team and archery team. She
also was a member of the French Club and was
valedictorian of her graduating class.
Mr Wheeler gives advice to student-teacher
Mr Dave Hyatt (left) teaches Journal-
ism and English. He is a graduate of
Ferguson High School m Newport
News, Va. He played football and was
in the Varsity Club. He also was on
the Newspaper Staff.
Ms. Patricia Jenkins (right teaches
Business Education. She is a
graduate of Powell High School in
Powell, Wyoming. She was in pep
Club, F.T.A., and was on Annual Staff.
She was also on the Newspaper Staff.
Ms. L. Jones (right) teaches Office
Learn By Doing
Ms. Eva Josephson (above) teaches
German. She is a graduate of Mt.
Vernon High School m Alexandria,
Va. She was in German Club and a
S.C.A. representative. She was also
Freshman Sweetheart Princess and
May Court Princess.
This student-teacher learns the
techniques of music instruction.
Ms. Suzanne Kelly (above) teaches
Government and History. She is a
graduate of Princess Anne High
School. She was a member of Trl-Hi-
Y and French National Honor Society.
She was also on the Newspaper Staff.
Ms. Joan Kerns (left) teaches Geog-
raphy. She is a graduate of Virginia
Beach High School. She was a
member of F.T.A.
iVIs. Carrie Knack (below) teaches
Math. She graduated from Marathon
High School, m Marathon. N.Y. She
was Junior class president. Sopho-
more class secretary and Freshman
class treasurer. She also was a
Ms. Edwina Langaster (left) teaches
English. She graduated from Crest-
wood High School in Chesapeake,
Va. She was Drama club president,
N.H.S. president and Spanish club
are MASTER Teachers
Mr. J. A. Linn (left) teaches Physics.
Ms. Schain finds individual instruction beneficial.
Ms. Paula Lippard (below) teaches English. She is a
graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School, in Ports-
mouth, Va. She played basketball, hockey, and base-
ball. She was in N.H.S. and F.T.A. She also was
Sophomore Class Vice-President and an Honor Grad-
Many long hours of planning makes master teachers
Ms. Mary Maclean (above) teaches Chemistry. She is a
graduate of Anacostia High School located in Washing-
ton, D.C. She was a member of N.H.S., Annual staff and
the Newspaper staff.
Ms. Nancy McGarrah (right) teaches
English and Drama. She is a graduate
of Thomas Jefferson High School in
Alexandria. Va. She was on Annual
Staff. In the Drill Team, and a
member of the French Club
Mr. J.K. McCrory (above) teaches History.
He IS a graduate of Granby High School. He
played football, baseball, basketball,
volleyball and participated m wrestling. He
was a member of the Varsity Club.
Ms. Donna McDermott (left) teaches
Physical Education. She is a
graduate of Ferguson High School in
Newport News, Va. She played
basketball, hockey and tennis. She
also was a cheerleader. She was
Junior Class President, Sophomore
Class Vice-President, and Freshman
Ms. Ins Mullican (right) teaches Typing
and Business Law. She is a graduate of
Martinsville High School in
Martinsville. Va. She played
basketball, volleyball and was on the
Mr. Howard McKenzie (left) teaches
' Mr. George Noble (below) teaches
Mr. Dennis Nixon (above) teaches
Earth Science and Geography. He is
a graduate of Martinsferry High
School in Martinsferry, Ohio. He
played football, baseball and
basketball. He was in the Spanish
Club and in the Varsity Club.
Mrs. Virginia Parker (above) teaches
Mr, D, W. Pursell (lefl) teaches Histo-
ry. He IS a graduate of Petersburg
High School in Petersburg, Va.,
where he played football.
Mr. John Reimer (below) is a N.J.R.O.T.C.
instructor. He graduated from Beloit Se-
nior High School in Beloit, Wis. He played
football, basketball, baseball, and was on
the track team. He participated in Hi-Y
and Varsity Club.
^ V /
Ms. Query (right) teaches art.
grows at P. A.
Mr. Samuel Reynolds (left)
teaches Math. He is a graduate
of Churchland High School. He
participated in band and was
Mr. D. H. Roberts (right) teaches
Electronics. He is a graduate of
Wynne High School. He played foot-
ball and participated in Latin Club.
Mrs. Dorothy Sefert (right)
teaches English. She is a gradu-
ate of McKinley High School.
She participated in Pep Club,
Drama Club, F.T.A., N.H.S., and
was on the Newspaper Staff.
Mrs. Elaine Schlain
(right) teaches Art. She
is a graduate of Maury
High School. She
played hockey, partici-
pated in Art Club, and
was treasurer of F.T.A.
Mrs. Sharon Shevock
(left) teaches Steno II.
She is a graduate of
Princess Anne High
School. She participated
in NHS, Scepter-Trei-Hi-
Y and Drill Team.
Ms. Kay Smith (below) teaches Distribu-
tive Education. She is a graduate of Pa-
trick Henry High School, in Roanoke. Va.
She was a member of DECA and Y-
Teachers schedules include planning hours.
Lesson Plans -
Ms. Diane Spence (right) teaches
History and Government. She is a
graduate of Churchland High School
in Portsmouth, Va.
Mr, Elmer Stamm (above) teaches Metal Shop.
Ms Mable Taylor (left) teaches
biology. She is a graduate of Big
Stove High School in Virginia,
Mr, J, R. Thibodeau (left)
Mr, J. E. Thompson (left)
Mr Charles Traub III (right)
teaches Biology. He is a
graduate of Francis T,
Nicholls High School in
New Orleans, Louisiana, He
was Junior Class President
Ms. Josephine Turner (left) teaches
Mr. Donald VanBenschoten (right)
teaches Physical Education. He is a
graduate of Southern Pines High
School in Southern Pines, N.C. He
played football and baseball. He was
also a member of the Varsity Club.
Foundation in Teaching
Mr. George Versprille (above) teaches Physical Ed-
ucation, He graduated from Norview High School.
He was on the football team, track and field team,
and was President of the Varsity Club.
Ms. Helen Waid (left) teaches En-
glish. She graduated from Jefferson
High School m Roanoke, Va. She was
on the baseball team, tennis team,
and was Editor of the Newspaper.
Ms. Gertrude Ward (right)
Ms. Walton (right) teaches Typing.
Ms. Jane Webster (right)
Ms. Marie Wells (left)
teaches English. She
graduated from Park
View High School in
South Hill, Va. She was
a member of the Drama
Club, Annual Staff, and
was Junior Class Pres-
Ms. Patricia Wheeler (left) teaches Distributive
Education. She is a graduate of Denbigh High
School in Newport News. Va. She was the
D.E.C.A. Secretary and Parliamentarian. She
was also a Junior Board Representative.
Mr. Harold Wheeler (right) teaches En-
glish. He graduated from Durham High
School in Durham. N.C. He was on the
football team, basketball team, and the
tennis team. He was also a member of the
Varsity Club, Band and worked on the
Hot-rod James McCrory zooms into the
hearts of his female students.
Many classrooms work on the principle of self-
study with the teacher available for guidance.
Ms. Gevevieve Winslow (right) teaches Math
Club, N.H.S.. Madrigals, and was also a
s a graduate of Groveton High School in i ^^ J0^
jndria. Va. She was a member o( the Pep ^X-^ — ' — ^
Improve Student -
Mr. Larry Williams (above) teaches English and
Drama. He is a graduate of Ocracoke High
School m Ocracoke, N.C. He was a member of
the drama club and Newspaper staff. He also
was president of his freshman, sophomore,
junior, and senior class, and was the valedic-
torian of his graduating class.
Administration imposes new rule.
Ms. Phyllis Yewell (left) teaches Spanish.
She graduated from Owensboro High
School in Owensboro, Ky. She was a
member of the Spanish club. Junior
Achievement, Chorus and was Feature Edi-
tor of the newspaper.
Ms. Jewel Whitlock (left) teaches Foreign Lan-
guages. She IS a graduate of Blacksburg High
School in Blacksburg, Va. She was a member of
the Latin Club. Glee Club, Junior Class Secre-
tary and was on the newspaper staff.
Students at Princess Anne
Aided by Efficient Staff
Upon entering the counseling office this year, one
might have been taken by surprise. The counseling of-
fice was remodled during the summer to provide more
efficient services to the students, and a pleasant at-
mosphere for the counselors.
The school is served by a most efficient staff of six
counselors, with Mrs. Donna Ward acting as guidance
The staff not only helped students in choosing a ca-
reer by offering the various reading materials and
their own personal opinion, but they also aided by in-
viting people from various occupations to come to the
school and talk to the students about their businesses.
They also answered any questions that the students
might have had.
The school lunchroom staff this year consisted of Mrs.
Lottie Melton, manager; Mrs. Lucille Poole, cook; Mrs.
Ethel Perry, baker; Mrs. Louise Mathis, baker; Mrs.
Emily Cozzens, Mrs. Nancy Poore, Miss Sue Poore,
Mrs. Virginia Mae Brown, Mrs. Joan Glad Felter, Mrs.
Dixie Peterson, Mrs. Arlene Sellers, Mrs. Mollie
Troutner, and Mrs. Ida Whitehurst.
Guidance part of counseling
SENIORS' GIFT: MARQUIS
PRINCESS ANNE HIGH SCHUUl
PRINCESS ANNE HIGH SCHOOL
SENIOR CLASS OF ^
PRINCESS ANNE HIGH SCHOOL
THE DRUNKARD" ~^~~
FEB 28 & MAR I 8 PM
"^^ CLASS OF 75^
Vicki Lucente. The future belongs to the young; our prayers are for your success.
Kim Holmstrom, congratulations and thank you for your thoughtfulness.
We think you are beautiful — inside and out. Mom and Dad.
Our love — God bless to our son Randy Rinaldi. IVlom and papa.
Ray Bjorkman, It is more than pride we feel today. All our love, Mom and Dad BJ.
Congratulation Phil, We're proud of you. Love, Mom, Dad, Kam & Deb Moore.
Kelly Harsh: Congratulations from all of us. Dad, Mom, Mike, Scott & Doug.
Dear Pat Core, Good luck in all you do. We are so proud of you. Mom & Bill.
Love is: Having Debbie for a daughter — Mother & Dad.
Good luck to a Handsome Devil from his proud parents, Mr. & Mrs. James R. Cannon.
Donna Ahles, Stay as sweet as you are always. Love, Mom & Dad.
God bless and keep you, John Michael. Love Mom & Dad.
Congratulations Terry Kretz. Dad, Mom & Kak.
Stacye Ann Dill, Congratulations, you made it baby.
Congratulations Janet Hastings. Mom & Dad, Paul & David.
To Shirley Stanley; We have utmost confidence in your future achievements. Mom & Dad.
Debby Nevitt "1 ", You've come a long way, baby. We're very proud of you. Mom & Dad.
Congratulations to Cindy from the Clemmons clan.
Tinker: "Many daughters have done virtuously but thou excellest them all."
Proverbs XXXI — 29. We're proud of you — Mom & Dad.
Amy Hamilton, Congratulations! We're very proud of you. Love, everyone.
Brenda Michael, Be happy, stay sweet — We are so proud of you. Love, Mom & Dad.
To Barbara Keller, last but not least. Love Mom & Dad.
We are proud of you Nancy, Love Mom, Dad, Wes, Earl, Susan and Jennifer Neal.
Robert Bostic. May the years ahead be as pleasant for you as the past has for us.
Congratulations, Anne. Keep up your fine work.
Wayne Rickman — we wish you the best of everything — Mom, Dad, Jim, Vicki.
Love and best wishes to Leigh Jones. From her family.
Congratulations, Dan Bethea! No words of wisdom — Just keep smiling! Mom & Dad.
Lonna Laemmermann, Hope all your dreams come true. Mom & Dad.
Congratulations to Charlie P. — From a very lucky mother.
Congratulations to the class of 75. Col. and Mrs. W.D. Bassett Jr.
Mary DiNardo — Congratulations and love to a great daughter who is fun to have. Mother and Dad.
Happiness to Sherri in the years to come. Love you. Mom.
Congratulations & Good Luck David Alger. Love, Mom & Dad.
Yea Mike Sheehan; You made it and I am real proud of you. Good luck. Love, Mom.
Pleased and proud to congratulate our son William Eskins, Jr. William and Virginia Eskins, Sr.
Success is sure when the job is so well done! Best wishes, Al Rodrick — Mom & Dad.
Lisa Linn. Think Tall! Act Tall! Be Tall! Mom & Dad.
Congratulations, Randy Ethridge, and good luck to you in the future. Love, Mom & Dad.
Mary Barrett. Happiness always — now and forever — Congratulations and Love, Mom & Dad.
Cindy Fisher. May God richly bless you in your forthcoming endeavors. Mom & Dad.
Kathy, You're Over the Rainbow in '75! The Ruesch's.
Congratulations, Brenda LaRock. Love, Mom, Dad, Joe, Edie, Jim and Mike.
Congratulations, Steve Noles, Love Mother and Dad.
Good luck to a great brother. Love Lisa Noles.
To Mike: Congratulations, Muck, you did it! Love Mom & Dad.
Congratulations to David Cassidy. From his mother.
To Steve Arnold — Congratulations, success & love from all the family.
Bruce Spry, "May The Road Be Easy The Sun Keep You Warm & The Wind At Your Back". Mom & Dad.
Congratulations & best wishes to our son Patrick Harold.
Kurt Petrich. You've shown it's easier to be excellent than mediocre.
Tracy Bryan I love you, and I am very proud of you. Life is yours: Live it full. Mom.
Timothy Mulcare. We wish you the very best in life. Mom & Dad.
Sandra Manby: Congratulations on Graduation. First milestone to gaining your independence in society. Love Mom & Dad.
Leigh Going, the world is your oyster you're surely the pearl. Mom.
Lynnae Steeg — Congratulations, love and best wishes. Mother & Dad.
Congratulations & best wishes for a bright future, Richmond Ramsey.
Kim Allen. We're so very proud of you — We wish you the best that life has to offer. Mom and Dad and all your family.
Our Congratulations and best wishes. Bill. Mr. & Mrs. William R. Shanley.
Good luck and happiness in the future . . . Mr. & Mrs. Matthew M. Ambrose Sr.
Congratulations to the '75 graduate . . . Mr. & Mrs. Francell M. Abbott Jr.
Congratulations to our football star . . . Miss Ruth B. McCoy
Congratulations to my brother the super star . . . Ms. Vivian M. Ambrose.
Kim Cervell, we are all very proud of you!!! Mom, Dad, Lisa and Denise
Joe Dahlheimer. Someday you'll understand why we made you retire from the I.R.A.
Barry, To a wonderful son and friend. Your father.
Congratulations to Diane Babilon, from Mom, Dad, Jane and Linda.
Congratulations to a dear son Ken Nelson, With Love, Mom & Dad.
Love, Health, Happiness, 4th daughter graduate of P. A. — Mother.
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Princess Anne Peerage Staff
Debbie Kealley, Bill Taylor. Cathy Mullican, Sue Pillow, Diane Babilon, Lauryn Awbrey. Winnie Stewart, Mike McDaniel, Renee Rinaldi, Tina
Thomas, Patty Gentry, Lundi Cohen Not pictured Kathy Lee
integrates community with school
Mrs. Nancy McGarrah
Diane Babilon, Business Manager
Renee Rinaldi, Assistant Editor
Remembering those we loved . . .
IN MEMORIUM —
Mr. Leo Sloniker September 10, 1921 — December 4, 1974
Craig Smith April 20, 1956 — May 12, 1974
Mrs. McGarrah, I could write a book to you
but I don't have the time to do it now. I can't
believe the last deadline was today. The year
went by so fast.
I don't think there is anyone on the staff that
can thank-you enough for everything that you
have done, and I know I can never express the
gratitude I feel.
I suppose I should start paying you rent on
your apartment, as much as I was over there,
and I know I owe you money for groceries!
You really did make working on the staff an
enjoyable pleasure, and I am looking forward
to working with you again next year.
I don't even look at you as a teacher; you're
too good of a friend! You proved to me that
teachers can be human!
Thank you again for every-thing.
Congratulations and thank-you to the 1974-
75 Peerage staff; congratulations for making it
through the year, and thank-you for making it
such a pleasurable one.
The main goal of the staff this year was to
produce an annual that extended a friendly, in-
formal impression upon the people who picked
it up to look at it. We hope that this has been
Some of our annuals in past years have had
such a formal, stiff feeling carried through
them that after you read completely through it
one time, you never read through it again. Our
goal was to get rid of this feeling, and present
you with a warm welcome to our school.
A yearbook is something that you keep
around for a long time, something you will look
at over and over again. Instead of telling our
school's story by a lot of writing this year, we
have tried to tell our story through pictures.
When you pick up your annual ten years
from now, will you be interested in whether
your club had a candy sale in February or a
dance in April, or will you want to look at the
people you were with in that club?
These are thoughts that the annual staff this
year has tried to get across to everyone.
I hope you enjoy the change that has oc-
cured this year. I realize that the time of or-
dering books in December, and the time of
receiving them in IVIay is a long time, but I
hope we have made your waiting worthwhile.
We sincerely hope that you will enjoy this
book, and we thank-you for putting your trust
in us by purchasing an annual this year.
Thanks go to the students who returned when
their picture had to be taken over for the third
time, and were still smiling for it.
It is the students at Princess Anne who made
this book possible, and we thank you.
Thanks go to Rene'e Rinaldi, my assistant
editor (and photo editor!) I know trying to as-
sign one photographer to take pictures for the
whole school year and every event that hap-
pened during that year was a job. Thank-you
for taking it. I never would have had the
chance to order all of that film, take all of those
pictures to be developed and pick them up
again, go to the beach during the Neptune Fes-
tival, walk around the malls during the summer
trying to find people from Princess Anne
employed there, and all of the other responsi-
bilities that went with that job.
Don't forget the yearbook convention in
North Carolina. I sure am glad that they had
glass elevators! Thank-you for offering to go to
the machines to get me something to eat in the
middle of the night when I didn't know what I
was talking about anyway, and for running up
and down the halls trying to hide from people.
I sure am glad you got hungry at 11:30 at
night and had a craving for cheese cake, too. I
would have felt pretty dumb sitting at that res-
taurant by myself. Don't forget the conversa-
tion on the elevator.
"Are you A Leo?"
"No, I'm just a photographer."
That was really good, Renee. Mrs. McGarrah
really did wonder about you, you know!
Thanks go to Diane Babilon, who had one of
the dirtiest jobs of the staff.
I know business manager is a hard position,
but you really did a good job.
I still can't believe you got all of the Con-
gratulatory Page typed in one night, when you
didn't even know how to type! Thank-you for
typing the list of honor graduates, too — and
congratulations! Aren't you relieved there
wasn't an index this year? I know you were
dreading doing that, but as usual, with every-
thing else you did, you were going to do it
without saying anything.
That was a quality we didn't see too much of
this year, and I really admire you for that. No
matter how bad the job was, you did it without
complaining, and thank-you isn't enough to say
Many, many thanks go to Patty Gentry. It
seems that practically the whole annual fell
upon you for this year, and I can't imagine the
pressures that that brought to you. Thank-you
for putting forth your greatest effort to please
the staff, and we all hope that the satisfaction
of seeing your photography printed is a great
pleasure to you. I hope you will be a pho-
tographer for us next year, when hopefully, the
whole job will not fall upon one person as it did
Craig, what can we say to you? I suppose
Senior Class President and annual staff pho-
tographer really couldn't work out, could it?
We thank-you for trying it, anyway. I couldn't
have made it through opening section without
your pictures, believe me. Thanks tremen-
dously for taking all of those nature shots for
me. Your photography really helped me to
express what I wanted to in the Opening.
Well, Tina and Bill, by now you ought to
know what everyone in the school looks like,
and what their name is! I know classes is a
boring section, but it can be a pretty interest-
ing one, too. I'm sure you enjoyed working.
You two really did do a great job on the lay-
outs, (even if everybody was identified wrong
when the galley-proofs came back — you'll
have to admit that half of the fun was in losing
everyone's picture right before your pages had
to be turned in for proofing).
Like I said, your pages really do look great.
You gave a whole new look to the classes sec-
tion this year, and I'm sure everyone will really
I know it took a lot of hard work, long hours,
and choice words (Bill, are you sure you're
going to be a preacher?), but I think you'll find
that after you look through your section, you'll
see it was worth it.
Bill, I hope you come back to visit us next
year. I'm sure Tina and I will be right where'we
were this year — sitting in the annual room
whispering and gossiping! Be sure you bring
some jokes back with you!
Tina, this has nothing to do with annual staff,
but a personal thank-you goes out to you for
listening to me all year, and for caring (and
showing that you cared!). You were a great
help to me, because everyone can use a spirit-
lifter every once in a while.
I don't think that we were rude, do you? We
weren't really whispering — we were just
Thanks go to Mrs. Sefert (who I'm sure is
reading this to see if I have punctuated it cor-
rectly), and also to Mrs. Edmondson.
These two teachers let me out of class so
many times that it wasn't funny, (and believe
me, they started letting me know that it wasn't
Seriously, I really appreciate the numerous
times that you excused me from class, and for
Mrs. Sefert, I'm sorry about the rainbow, but
I did enjoy the joke. I hope we have enough
pictures of the Seniors' class symbol to satisfy
you. (Maybe next year, when the rainbow isn't
the Senior Class symbol, we can have a
rainbow on the cover!)
Thanks go to Joe Lust and Mr. Mcintosh,
who took club pictures, divider page pictures,
and most important of all, took the picture for
the cover exactly as I had it in my mind.
Speaking of pictures, a special thank-you
goes to Donna Givens who went to the beach
to have picture taken for an unknown reason
(can you recognize it. Donna?), and many
thanks to Tom, Bill, Debbie and Tina, who went
with me all the way to the beach in the freezing
weather for what turned out to be two pictures.
— I know you people think I'm crazy, but I love
the beach (even in February).
Mr. Perry, thank-you for your co-operation in
helping us to meet deadlines. I hope you
haven't regretted taking over our account this
year. I promise next year we're going to do ev-
erything right, and on time! It was hard for me
to switch publishing companies after three
years with another company, but I think I'm
used to the things that were different, and I'm
counting on things running smoothly next year.
I'm looking forward to working with you again.
I hope we have another convention this year,
and maybe I won't be afraid to come up and
talk to you!
I have thoroughly enjoyed working with you
and Hunter Publishing, and thank-you again for
the help and understanding.
Kathy Lee, we sure are going to miss not
having you here next year. You're a fantastic
worker, and I know the school you go to will be
more than happy to have you as a member of
You did more work as a member of the gen-
eral staff than some section editors did on their
sections! I only wish we could give you the rec-
ognition you deserve.
You can be sure that you would have a high
position on the staff next year if you were
going to be here.
Thank-you can't even be near the words that
express a feeling for a job that was done as
well as yours, but I don't know what else I can
I thank-you for listening to all of my
complaining when I called you on weekends —
not only annual complaints, but complaints
I hope you'll come back to visit us often —
maybe you can stay up until 3: 30 working on
Don't forget Sadie Hawkins, and Jeff's great
knock upon the window! The picture of that
person' face (no names, please!) would have
been ternfic to put in the annual. Don't you
Kathy, thank-you for everything. I'll never
forget all of the work that you did this year.
Debbie Keatley, where would the annual be
without your typing this year? Probably in a
cover with all pictures and no copy!!
Thank-you for all of the typing you did on the
sophomore and senior section. I know what a
headache that was (I had to do the juniors!),
but you stuck to it, and got it all done.
I hope you'll be willing to work on classes
again next year, because we'll need someone
to take Bill's place.
Thank-you again for all of the typing you did.
Mike, of all people to get the sports section
as their job, it had to be someone who hated
I'm sorry about that!
The story of a school and its' people
is now over.
Where will we all turn now?
What does the future hold?
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